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Army fine tunes its anti-militancy and anti-infiltration grid in Kashmir

Army fine tunes its anti-militancy and anti-infiltration grid in Kashmir

05 Jul 2015

Srinagar: The changed face of militancy in the Kashmir Valley has led the Army to "completely review" its anti-infiltration and counter-insurgency strategies to tackle among other things the growing trend of youths, even educated ones, gravitating towards terror outfits.

Militancy in India,   Kashmir Valley,   Indian Army,   anti infiltration,   counter insurgency strategies,   Terror outfits,   Latest News,  
Focus on bringing Indic content, SMEs online in India: Google

Focus on bringing Indic content, SMEs online in India: Google

05 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Engaged in various initiatives under the government's 'Digital India' campaign, global tech giant Google is focussing on key areas like bringing more Indic language content online and helping 20 million small and medium enterprises set up Internet presence by 2017.

Indian government,   Digital India campaign,   Google,   Indic language content online,   Internet presence,   Latest News,  
Bill for converting 101 rivers into waterways in next session

Bill for converting 101 rivers into waterways in next session

05 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Keen on promoting water transport, the government will introduce a bill in the upcoming monsoon session of Parliament that seeks to convert 101 rivers across the country into waterways.

Water transport,   Indian government,   Monsoon session of Parliament,   Use Rivers as waterways,   Latest News,   Nitin Gadkari,  
NDA's land bill faces flak in Par panel, Cong for draft that reflects 'majority' view

NDA's land bill faces flak in Par panel, Cong for draft that reflects 'majority' view

05 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Buoyed by poor support from farmers' bodies and NGOs to the changes in NDA government's land bill, Congress will pitch for adoption of a draft report on the issue by a Parliamentary panel that reflects the 'majority' view favouring inclusion of provisions like the consent clause and social impact assessment.

NDA government land bill,   Congress,   Parliamentary panel,   UPA,   BJP,   Joint Committee of Parliament,   SS Ahluwalia,   Digvijay Singh,   Indian farmers,   Latest News ,  
Sania-Soares, Paes-Nestor move in Wimbledon pre-quarters

Sania-Soares, Paes-Nestor move in Wimbledon pre-quarters

05 Jul 2015

London: It was double delight for Indian fans at the Wimbledon today as Leander Paes moved into the pre-quarterfinals with partner Daniel Nestor and Sania Mirza also entered Round 3 in the mixed doubles event here.

Indian Tennis fans,   Wimbledon,   Leander Paes,   Daniel Nestor,   Sania Mirza,   Latest News,   Tennis Grand slam,  
<strong>Indian</strong> cagers ease past Nepal, Bangladesh on Day 1 of SABA Championship

Indian cagers ease past Nepal, Bangladesh on Day 1 of SABA Championship

04 Jul 2015

Bengaluru: Playing with poise and purpose, the senior Indian men's basketball team steamrolled past eastern neighbours Nepal and Bangladesh on the opening day of the 4th South Asian Basketball Association SABA Championship at the Kanteerava Indoor Stadium.

Indian basketball,   India vs Nepal,   India vs Bangladesh,   South Asian Basketball Association,   SABA Championship,  
Services sector contracts for second straight month in June: HSBC

Services sector contracts for second straight month in June: HSBC

04 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Services sector contracted for the second consecutive month in June as new orders declined for the first time in 14 months, an HSBC survey said today.

Services sector,   HSBC,   Indian economy,   Jobs,   Growth,  
Hockey: <strong>Indian</strong> women one win away from presenting Olympic credentials

Hockey: Indian women one win away from presenting Olympic credentials

03 Jul 2015

Antwerp (Belgium): Indian women go into tomorrow's hockey encounter with Japan in the World League Semifinals with the focus on enhancing their claim for Olympic qualification after a gap of 36 years.

Indian women hockey,   Hockey India,   World League Semifinals,   Hockey Olympic,  
Five guerrillas, one soldier killed as Army foils infiltration bid along LoC

Five guerrillas, one soldier killed as Army foils infiltration bid along LoC

04 Jul 2015

Srinagar: At least five infiltrating guerrillas and a soldier were killed overnight near the Line of Control (LoC) in Uri sector of Baramulla district where the Army said it foiled a major infiltration bid.

Indian Army,   guerrillas,   Indian soldier,   LoC,   Line of Control,   Uri sector,   Baramulla district,   Jammu & Kashmir,   latest states news,  
Boxing: Mary Kom, Sarita Devi back in action

Boxing: Mary Kom, Sarita Devi back in action

28 May 2015

Mumbai: Olympic bronze medallist MC Mary Kom has resumed training in Bengaluru post her eight-month long family break from the boxing ring after winning the gold medal in last year's Asian Games.

MC Mary Kom,   Indian boxers,   Boxing in India,   L Sarita Devi,   Latest News,  

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